Release Liner and Label Papers Global Supply Study

Demand for high-value specialty industrial papers (SIP) is still growing in some regions, which may attract new competitors to key markets. Get cost curves and competitiveness scores and rankings for every global release liner and label paper producer with this first-ever Special Study.

As demand for graphic paper grades declines, some commodity producers are looking to expand into specialty paper markets. But these markets can have high barriers to entry, as existing producers of release liner and label papers have valuable advantages.

Compare and analyze the competition in this dynamic sector with the Release Liner and Label Papers Global Supply Study.

See objective, proprietary competitive data for all global producers of this high-value specialty paper category – with coverage of:

  • 68 companies
  • 95 mills
  • 135 machines

The Release Liner and Label Papers Global Supply Study enables comparisons of:

  • All machines and mills currently producing release liner and label papers
  • Cost competitiveness of companies in each regional market using Fastmarkets RISI’s
    proven cost benchmarking methodology
  • Delivered cash costs to local markets in Europe, Asia, and North and
    South America
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